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ARTICLES ON GUATEMALA SPANISH SLANG

1. Introducción y una historia breve de las linguísticas de Guatemala

2. Guatemalan Spanish: Don’t crash your pig

3. ¿Qué Onda Vos? Speaking Guatemalan Spanish

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BOOKS ON GUATEMALA SPANISH SLANG

Guatemalan Spanish

Guatemalan Spanish: Speak Like a Native!
by Lee Jamison

“Don’t settle for generic Spanish! Put away the stale phrasebooks and learn to speak just like the natives! Join us as we explore the most common expressions used in the “Land of Eternal Spring.” What is a mish? Is it different from a chucho? What if you ask someone how he’s doing and the response is “Dos que tres.” Why the numbers? Find out the real meaning behind the words. You’ll save money at the market and even make new friends. Start learning Spanish… one country at a time.”

 

WEBSITES ON GUATEMALA SPANISH SLANG

Guatemala Spanish Slang Words

Guatemala Spanish Slang Words



OTHER GUATEMALA SPANISH RESOURCES


Academia Guatemalteca de la Lengua Española

Guatemalan News in Spanish: Metro | Prensa Libre

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